Several players in the Lone Star State have been gaining plenty of interest and pulling in lots of offers. One of those guys is Houston (Tex.) Nimitz athlete Darrell Stewart.
In recent weeks the Boise State commitment has been pulling in lots of offers.
"Everything is going good. Recruiting is blowing up, and everything on the field everything is good too," Stewart said.
He's in the double-digit category with offers, including ones from Houston, Colorado, Michigan State, North Texas, Iowa State, UNLV and Texas Tech. There are several more that have been extended.
Some of which came through most recently.
"Now I have LSU, Georgia came last weekend, and I got Memphis today," Stewart said Friday at the Nimitz spring game. "Right now I really like Michigan State. They are pretty good and have a good offense. They throw the ball and it's a program I feel like I could go there and get some playing time."
Stewart has a lot of versatility to his game, being a part of every aspect of the game. He's a receiver, safety and return man on special teams. With this, he averaged about 15 yards a catch on offense with eight touchdowns and came down with two interceptions defensively.
When it comes to where he will end up playing in college, Stewart doesn't have a preference. But coaches have shared their thoughts.
"Most of the times, coaches want me as a wide receiver. I'm very aggressive around the ball," Stewart said. "When I get the ball in my hands I make things happen. But I can go both ways and I'm a dog. Coaches also like that I am a leader. I want the ball and I am going to get positive yards.
"Me, I'm looking to score a touchdown."